Good Question: Why Are We More Tired When It's Hot?We were reminded last week how powerful the heat can be when temperatures soared into the 90s.
More Storms Expected For The Twin Cities Sunday Afternoon Another round of storms is expected in the Twin Cities metro Sunday afternoon just hours after severe weather knocked out power for thousands, downed trees and flooded streets.
Good Question: Do Tornadoes Hit Mobile Homes More Often?The National Weather Service says 8% of Americans live in mobile home, but they make up 44% of the deaths from tornadoes.
Good Question: How Does Weather Affect Our Moods?There is a psychological component to the connection between weather and emotion, says Dr. Katharine Nelson, an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Minnesota.
Spring Warmup May Soon Turn To SnowMinnesota weather never disappoints! After a Saturday in the mid-70s, we may swing back to snow by Monday.
Poll: 68% Of Americans Believe Humans Are Causing Climate ChangeA new survey shows concern about climate change is growing in the United States.
Two Rounds Of March Snow On The WayRemember when it was almost 70 degrees in parts of Minnesota last week? Ah, such sweet memories.
After Record-Breaking Warmth, Minnesotans Brace For Big Snow StormThe winter warm-up has surely been enjoyable for people, but some are feeling the exact same way about the incoming storm.
Coming Snowstorm Could Be One Of The Biggest In Twin Cities HistoryEnjoy the April temperatures Wednesday while you can. February is going to come roaring back Friday with a snowstorm that’s expected to dump anywhere from 6 inches to a foot of snow on the Twin Cities metro.
Winter's Return: Storm Watch Issued, 6-12 Inches Expected Following days of spring-like warmth, Minnesotans might soon be reminded that it's still February.
Winter Warm-Up Could Mean Trouble For Lawns, Golf CoursesA lack of snow and a fluctuation in temperatures can put a lot of stress on grass.
What's The Science Behind This Weird Weather?It's been a month of wacky weather for February. From record breaking temperatures in the 60s, to rain, and possibly snow, in the same week.